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"wally adima" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Coming up on 5 minute news. Supreme Court won't stop Texas abortion ban, but allows clinics to sue. COVID surge and mask mandates return to New York. And U.S. imposes renewed human rights sanctions on China, Myanmar, and North Korea. It's Saturday, December 11th. I'm Anthony Davis. The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday left in place Texas ban on most abortions, offering only a glimmer of daylight for clinics in the state to challenge the nation's most restrictive abortion law. The decision, little more than a week after the court signaled, it would roll back abortion rights and possibly overturn its landmark roe V wade decision, was greeted with dismay by abortion rights supporters, but praise by opponents. 5 conservative justices, including three appointed by former presidents Donald Trump, formed a majority to limit who can be sued by the clinics, a result that both sides said probably will prevent federal courts from effectively blocking the law. Texas licensing officials may be sued, but not state court judges court clerks or state attorney general Ken Paxton the court ruled. That seems to leave people free under the unusual structure of the Texas law to sue abortion clinics and anyone else who aids or abets an abortion performed after cardiac activity is detected in an embryo around 6 weeks and before some women even know they are pregnant. The Supreme Court has essentially greenlit Texas cynical scheme and prevented federal courts from blocking an unconstitutional law, the centers for reproductive rights, which represents the Texas clinics said on Twitter. The court acted more than a month after hearing arguments over the law, which makes no exceptions for rape or incest. President Joe Biden voiced concern over the high court decision to keep the Texas law in effect and restated his support for legislation that has cleared the House of Representatives and would codify in federal law the abortion right now at risk. Facing a cold weather surge in COVID-19 infections, New York governor Kathy hochul announced on Friday that masks will be required in all indoor public places until the businesses or venues implement a vaccine requirement. Hotel said the decision to reinstitute a mosque mandate was based on a rising number of cases and hospitalizations, which has been especially pronounced in parts of upstate New York. New York enacted a mask mandate at the beginning of the pandemic in April 2020 that ended in June this year for vaccinated individuals. The new mask mandate applies to both patrons and staff and will be in effect from Monday January 15 after which the state will reevaluate. New York joined several states with similar indoor mask mandates, including Washington, Oregon, Illinois, New Mexico, Nevada and Hawaii. Mask mandates have become a hot button issue for weeks Hodgkin has said local governments will decide whether to impose COVID-19 protocols. She's expressed caution about whether resistant communities would follow stricter rules. Violators could face civil and criminal penalties, including a maximum fine of a $1000. New York has the 7th highest rate of fully vaccinated residents at 70.1% as of federal data yesterday. But fewer than 60% of residents are fully vaccinated in more than 500 zip codes throughout New York. The United States on Friday imposed extensive human rights related sanctions on dozens of people and entities tied to China. Myanmar, North Korea, and Bangladesh, and added Chinese artificial intelligence companies since time group to an investment blacklist. Canada and the United Kingdom joined the United States in imposing sanctions related to human rights abuses in Myanmar, while Washington also imposed the first new sanctions on North Korea under president Joe Biden's administration and targeted Myanmar military entities among others in action marking human rights day. Our actions today, particularly those in partnership with the United Kingdom and Canada, send a message that democracies around the world will act against those who abuse the power of the state to inflict suffering and repression. Deputy treasury secretary Wally adima said in a statement. China's embassy in Washington denounced the U.S. move as serious interference in China's internal affairs, and a severe violation of basic norms governing international relations. Embassy spokesman Liu Peng yu said it would do grave harm to China U.S. relations and asked Washington to rescind the decision. The measures are the latest in a raft of sanctions timed to coincide with Biden's two day virtual summit for democracy, where he announced initiatives to bolster democracy around the world and support for pro democracy legislation in the United States. This is going to help seed fertile ground for democracy to bloom around the world Biden said in a speech, closing the summit. But critics in the U.S. argue that Biden should first focus on the already fallen American democracy at home before seeking to criticize and impose sanctions on.
"wally adima" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm Karen Moscow and U.S. stock index futures are lower this morning We're coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street and we check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures down a 6 point down futures down 41 and NASDAQ futures down 33 The decks in Germany is a four tenths of upper set Ten year treasury up one 32nd the yield 1.55% the yield on the two year .47% Nymex screwed oil is a little changed at four cents at 84.9 cents a barrel Comics gold as little change at 1795.7 cents an ounce The Euro this morning at 1.1588 against the dollar British bound 1.3630 and they ended one 13.51 Nathan Karen we begin in Washington where House speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to vote this week on President Biden's economic agenda But she's getting pushed back from West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin He wants a detailed analysis on the plan's cost and economic impact I will not support the reconciliation legislation without knowing how the bill will impact our debt in our economy in our country We won't know that until we work through the text Senator Manchin is one of two key holdouts needed to secure the deal but deputy treasury secretary Wally is pushing back The president's framework does satisfy senator mansion I understand that he wants to read the legislation that is written based on that framework When you look at the framework it includes fully paying for the legislation using tax increases on the wealthy and on corporations deputy treasury secretary Wally adima made the comments in an interview with Bloomberg David west and says the president's plan will not add to the nation's debt But while Democrats debate here at home Nathan President Biden is at the cop 26 summit in Glasgow He's announcing plans for an assault on methane today with initiatives across the globe to keep the gas from escaping landfills oil wells and.
"wally adima" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We're learning former president Bill Clinton is hospitalized in the ICU from a blood infection Clinton was admitted to the UC Irvine medical center Tuesday for sepsis according to a spokesperson but is reportedly doing well and is expected to be released from the hospital soon Doctor Imran Ali a physician fellow at Mount Sinai health says that the case was likely called early and did not progress to any serious dangers for the former commander in chief And what I'm hearing from my sources of all he needed was some IV fluids to help with his blood pressure but his blood pressure was not dangerously low to be of any serious concern Doctor Ali spoke to ABC All eyes are on the FDA and CDC as discussion on Moderna's COVID-19 booster continues The FDA approved boosters for people who got the Moderna vaccine including for people over the age of 65 and adults at high risk the third shot would come at least 6 months after the second dose but it's only half the amount of the original doses The CDC has to weigh in and have the final say President Biden signed legislation raising the debt ceiling but the measure only pays the federal government's bills into December which means we'll be seeing the back and forth among lawmakers in a few months If Congress does not raise the debt ceiling again in time the government could go into default Deputy treasury secretary Wally adima said Congress is obliged to make sure the spending lawmakers agree to gets paid for It would be a catastrophe for the American economy It's something that we expect Congress to increase as they've done on a bipartisan basis time and time again over the last several years and decades Deputy treasury secretary Wally adios spoke on ABC News prime The select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol will make a decision next week to hold one of former president Trump's advisers in contempt of Congress Steve Bannon could face possible jail time if he is convicted Live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take Powered by.